In the News
- 6 September 2011
Two Greek sprinters accused of faking a motorcycle accident to evade a drug test on the eve of the 2004 Olympics were acquitted by an appeals court in Athens.
- 23 May 2011
Lance Armstrong's seven Tour de France titles could be jeopardized by the doping allegations made by two former cycling teammates even if Armstrong avoids a federal indictment or prosecution, according to people involved in the anti-doping movement and legal precedent.
- 11 May 2011
History identifies Richard Pound as the feisty Canadian who went to bat for clean sport at the International Olympic Committee; as the executive who saved the IOC from going broke by developing marketing strategies for TV rights and the five-ring Olympic logo . . .
- 6 June 2010
Canadian doctor Anthony Galea, linked to numerous professional athletes, has both passionate defenders for his techniques and federal charges pending against him.
- 13 May 2010
Mr. Francis was the Canadian coach who was unapologetic about his athletes' use of performance-enhancing drugs, forcing Olympic officials to confront the problem.
- 30 April 2010
As the Oregon football team scrimmaged on a recent morning under overcast skies at Autzen Stadium, Jeremiah Masoli stood on the sidelines, his hands tucked inside the pouch on the front of his practice jersey and his helmet deposited under the bench behind him.